Kervansaray is a restaurant in Brussels, Belgium which serves a variety of fresh and delicious Turkish dishes, at reasonable rates. This restaurant is perfect for Muslims, since the food served is Halal. However, please note that they also do serve alcoholic beverages. ...more

Brussels, Belgium



Kervansaray is a restaurant in Brussels, Belgium which serves a variety of fresh and delicious Turkish dishes, at reasonable rates. This restaurant is perfect for Muslims, since the food served is Halal. However, please note that they also do serve alcoholic beverages.


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Boulevard du Jardin Botanique 7, Brussels, Brussel Hoofdstedelijk Gewest 1000


+32 2 219 78 58

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  • Europe this Winter: Check Out These Amazing Festivals In Europe This Holiday!

    Europe in winter is a fun and exciting place, with snow and cold temperatures and of course special shows, events and festivities! Well, there are also warm places in Europe during winter, but that’s another story. Many European countries have unique festivals organized for the winter season… let me give the Muslim traveler some highlights of these festivals that can be enjoyed in some of the best European cities. So, start now, and plan for a fantastic winter vacation this coming season! A chance to participate in some splendid festivals while on your winter vacation in Europe. Amsterdam Light Festival, The Netherlands Picture Credit: Amsterdam Light Festival Facebook The light festival is all about fantastical light sculptures created by local and international artists. This winter, the festival will mark its 7th anniversary, bringing light to Amsterdam’s beautiful city center and its canals. As the festival is held over a period of two months, there is ample opportunity to view its splendor. Picture Credit: Amsterdam Light Festival Facebook Travelers and even locals can take in the sights of the light festival at several different locations around Amsterdam by boat, foot or bike. There are even special canal cruises arranged for viewing the wonders of this festival in its entirety, as the view from the water is the most spectacular. So, plan a winter trip which will allow you to partake in this annual event while enjoying a uniquely planned European winter vacation. Dates: November 29, 2018 to January 20, 2019 Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival, Bruges, Belgium Picture Credit: Ice Sculpture If you are visiting Belgium this winter, don’t miss out on their famed annual snow and ice sculpture festival which is a treat for young and old alike. Usually revolving around a theme chosen by the festival organizers, this event showcases the talents of many ice sculptors worldwide. For a small entrance fee everyone can enjoy the magic and wonder of an icy world during this European winter season. Dates: Late November 2018 to Early January 2019Location: Close to the Central Station, BrugesDress Code: Warm clothes as the temperature is usually around -6°C!Tickets: A fee is charged for entrance Bruges Christmas Market, Belgium Picture Credit: Newmarket Holidays Another well-attended festival during the winter months in the Christmas Market that annually crops up in Burges. Located close to the city center of Bruges, close to Market Square, this Christmas festooned market is a must visit even for the MUSLIM traveler. Not only is the market a place for all things Christmas including the traditional Christmas foods and drinks, but it also boasts a range of handmade customized products that make the ideal souvenir from Belgium. There is also an ice rink located within the market area where you can try ice skating! Dates: November 23, 2018 to January 01, 2019Tickets: entrance is free to all, except for a small fee for enjoying ice-skating on the ice rink.For more details, visit: Sculpture Festival, Hasselt, Belgium Picture Credit: Discovering Belgium Another famous ice sculpture festival in Belgium is the one held at Hasselt annually. With over 300 tons of ice used to make the sculptures, the entire area is an Iceland of wonder that can be visited for two months. This year’s theme is Antarctica to honor the adventurer and Hasselt native Adrien de Gerlache who went there 120 years ago. Dates: November 19, 2018 to January 08, 2019Time: 12.00 noon to 10.00 pm daily, except on some special days when they close at 11.00 pm.Dress Code: Warm clothes as the temperature is usually very cold!Ticket prices and more details: Up Helly Aa, Lerwick, Scotland Procession Picture Credit: Up Hella Aa A 24-hour festival consisting of parades and community celebrations, is a sight to behold. It is the biggest fire festival of the Shetland Isles held annually to celebrate the coming end to winter in the middle of winter. A tradition that has been upheld since the Vikings, this festival must be seen to be believed, and a great exposure for Muslim travelers visiting Scotland this coming winter. Date: January 29, 2019 (held on the last Tuesday in January annually)For more details, visit: Nice Carnival, France Picture Credit: Deccan Chronicle This carnival is a signature event held annually in Nice, France. The festival which goes on for two weeks revolves around a unique theme annually. The theme finalized for this winter is ‘King of Cinema’ to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the celebrated Victorine Studios on the Côte d'Azur. The carnival has six parades which boast 17 floats with over 1,000 people participating in these parades. These parades take place both day and night and make the city a place for fun and enjoyment, a two-week party in essence! Dates: February 16, 2009 to March 02, 2019Tickets: are required, check rates - more details, visit: Venice Carnival, Italy Picture Credit: Venice Carnival Italy Planning on visiting Italy this winter? Well, while there don’t miss out on the annual Venice Carnival which has been taking place for centuries. The Carnival which is considered one of the biggest celebrations in Italy; is abundant with masquerade balls to people parading the streets in Venetian masks. The Carnival filled with activities for children and adults alike with food fiestas, live performances, traditional events, and other entertainment. Some of the events of the Carnival include water shows, street shows, parades, best mask contests, balls, youth festivals and special events such as ‘the flight of the angel’ and the ‘festa delle Marie’. Dates: February 16, 2019 to March 05, 2019Tickets: some events are free to view, and others require tickets. Complete details can be obtained at Chocoa Festival, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Picture Credit: Heavenly Holland Are you a chocolate lover and chocoholic? Well, this Chocoa Festival is the place to be for you! At this festival you can learn all about chocolate – its origins to the latest trends and developments of today. You can meet renowned chocolate makers, taste a variety of different chocolate blends, learn the process of chocolate making and even become a connoisseur of chocolates - even more than you are right now! So, make Amsterdam a must visit location this winter while on your European winter tour, and enjoy some chocolate in the cold. Dates: Saturday, February 23, 2019 & Sunday, February 24, 2019Time: 10.00 am to 06.00 pmLocation: Beurs van Berlage, AmsterdamTickets: Buy online at

  • 5 Beautiful Villages in Britain

    What are your favourite attractions when you visit the UK? Football Stadium Tours, the Premier League, Shakespeare, Castles, Museums, Fish & Chips, or shopping? Well, I bet there are many things that you can do and see as a tourist in Britain. However, have you ever visited a village in Britain? In the UK, Britons love travelling to other parts of the country to visit these many old, yet beautiful villages. Captivating views, preserved traditional British stone houses, tea houses, tales of yore, local food, and many charming things attract Britons to visit old villages in Britain. Nowadays, many tourists from around the world have started to come visit these hidden gems of Britain to appreciate their magnificent presence. Find a Mosque near you in the UK Find a Halal Restaurant near you in the UK The following is my personal list of 5 Beautiful Villages in Britain for you to consider, the next time you visit: 1. Bibury Village Bibury Village is widely regarded as the most beautiful and charming village in England; it is one of the six places in the United Kingdom featured in the Mini-Europe miniature park in Brussels, Belgium. This village is located in the district of Cotswold, at the Gloucestershire County. To get there you can take a train from any big city in the UK to Kemble, which is the nearest railway station to Bibury, and continue thereafter by taxi, which will cost about £25. Alternatively, you can rent a car and drive to this village by using the postcode GL7 5NJ in your GPS. You can park your car opposite the Bibury Trout Farm, or alongside the River Coln, and explore the village on foot. One thing to note though: if you were planning to go there by car, it is advisable to come in the morning because the parking space opposite the Trout Farm has only about a 10-car capacity, and the nearby parking spaces alongside the river Coln are also limited. Due to the popularity of this village, these parking spaces are expected to be full before lunch time, and it would be quite difficult to find another car park near the village centre. The best time to visit this village is during spring, summer and autumn. What will you find in Bibury Village? Arlington Row Picture Credit - © Lili Lengkana @moonsilvershine The most famous attraction in Bibury is the iconic Arlington Row, which is a nationally notable architectural conservation area depicted on the inside cover of all United Kingdom passports. Being one of the most photographed scenes in Cotswold, the cottages in Arlington Row were originally built in 1380 as a monastic wool store before it was converted into a row of cottages for weavers in the seventeenth century, and they are amazingly, still in a very good condition today. These identical cottages are lined in rows and indeed look stunning with their low doors and roofs. Furthermore, the surprising part is that all these cottages are still inhabited today. Even though many tourists flock in and take pictures in front of their houses every day, the residents seem undisturbed; they have become used to all this attention as they are very much aware of the significance of their dwellings as a major tourist attraction in Britain. Bibury Trout Farm Picture Credit - © Lili Lengkana @moonsilvershine Bibury Trout Farm. This Trout Farm was founded in 1902 by Arthur Severn, a famous naturalist, with supply from the river Coln which surrounds Bibury Village. This trout farm is located very close to Arlington Row and it is worth visiting too. If you come with your family, a family entry ticket would yield significant savings. Inside the farm, you can fish, and then barbecue the catch by yourself. The trout farm provides all the equipment, and the picnic sites for you to cook the fish. It would be a very exciting experience! They also have their own restaurant inside when you don't have time to do all the things above. Just choose from the fish menu, which mainly consists of trout that should be safe for Muslims, Inshaa Allaah. Swan Hotel Swan Hotel. This 4-star classic British country-style hotel has been featured in many TV shows, especially in local and international paranormal TV series, since it's very famous for being haunted. Nevertheless, guests are still flocking in to stay in this hotel, either for that special reason, or because of the sight's beauty and charm. (Note: this is not a promotion of the hotel; the hotel itself is one of the main attractions/landmark in Bibury Village).   2. Bourton-on-the Water Village Picture Credit - © Lili Lengkana @moonsilvershine There is a reason why this Cotswold village has such a name. This pretty village is located on a flat vale surrounded by the River Windrush, which bordered by long, wide greens, runs through the village's picturesque High Street. Since River Windrush water is shallow in the summer, many children are playing and swimming in the river, trying to catch fish or collecting pebbles. Many small shops and restaurants can be found along the river, which is crossed by several low, arched stone bridges and lined by many willow trees on the greens. It is indeed a very cosy environment which earned this village the nickname “Venice of the Cotswolds”. In winter it turns into a fairy-tale picturesque village, and a very tempting destination for landscape picture hunters. This village also offers an attraction that you will not find in any other villages in Britain: a miniature model village. While it may sound similar to Madurodam in the Netherlands or Mini-Europe in Brussels, the unique bit is that the miniature Bourton village is solely based on their own village, i.e. this entire village is transformed into a one-ninth the scale miniature stone replica of the original. I do find this is very interesting and unique, and took tons of pictures whilst visiting there. An ideal holiday for the family, this village also has a Birdland and Garden park that has over 500 birds in its sanctuary. Modest admission fees are charged for entry into all these attractions.   3. Castle Combe Village Castle Combe is located in Wiltshire County, yet it is still part of the Cotswold District. You may notice that many of the villages on my list are located in Cotswold. This is because Cotswolds, which falls into several counties, is famous in England for pretty honey-coloured stone villages and its magnificent countryside, so it has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Castle Combe has been challenging Bibury for the title of 'prettiest village in England.' You can also find medieval style cottage architecture, akin to Arlington Row, across the bridge from Main Street alongside the Bybrook River. This is due to its history as a weaving town at the heart of the Cotswolds wool trade, hence many of these weavers’ cottages were built. Beside architecture, you can also find old water pumps in the Market Cross. This small village is a popular filming location for many TV Series and movies, most notably in Doctor Doolitle (1967), Agatha Christie: Poirot (1989), and Steven Spielberg's Oscar-Nominated War Horse. Besides this historic heritage, if you love racing cars, you can visit Castle Combe Motor-Racing Circuit nearby.   4. Ambleside, Lake District, Cumbria Picture Credit - © Lili Lengkana @moonsilvershine Ambleside is located in Cumbria County, Northwest of England. This village has many watermills with water flowing from River Rothay, along with little shops and cafes, so it is a very nice place for walking and window shopping. A short distance from the Ambleside centre, you can find Stock Ghyll Force, behind the Salutation Hotel, a magnificent 70 foot waterfall. Nevertheless, the major attraction of this village is the surroundings of the Lake District. Visitors can enjoy the grand view of the lake, take a cruise to Windermere, Bowness and Lakeside, and even hike and bike in the hills around the lake. Summer time is ideal to visit, but be prepared to deal with the crowd. Picture Credit - © Lili Lengkana @moonsilvershine Personally, I prefer to visit this place in early autumn due to fewer tourists. Don't forget to try the fish & chips here! It is very delicious, but you have to watch out for the beer-battered fish & chips since it isn't permissible for Muslims. Please make sure to ask around before ordering, since there are places which provide regular fish & chips.   5. Edensor Village Picture Credit - © Lili Lengkana @moonsilvershine Pronouced as 'Ensor', this small estate village is one of my favourites in the list. It is a hidden treasure; this village is not very well known to tourists - and that is what makes it even better in my book! It is located in Derbyshire, in one of the most beautiful locations in the country. With a total population of only 145 in the 2011 census, you can find a very peaceful and pristine village with charming houses. Every house in this village has been renovated, the doors and fences painted in the same, emerald colour. It is indeed, very cute and pretty. Picture Credit - © Lili Lengkana @moonsilvershine In the village, you can find residents selling home-made produce in front of their houses from bread, pastries, pies, cookies, jams and even potted plants. However, the unique part is that they display their products without manning them: they just put the price list on a piece of paper next to a money jar on the table near the products, and trust that the buyers will honestly pay for it themselves. In other words, they have complete trust that passers-by who take their produce, will pay for it. What a wonderful community! This village is located just five minutes from one of the most famous, stately homes in the United Kingdom: Chatsworth House, the seat of the Duke of Devonshire. So, you could visit this magnificent castle after visiting Edensor but there is an admission charge for it. Well, that concludes my personal opinion about five of the most beautiful villages in Britain. An important thing to note is that no admission ticket is needed to visit all these villages, and you can read up online on how to get to these villages, as in my description of Bibury Village. Another plus point for us as Muslims is in every villages or small town in the United Kingdom, you can find a traditional tea room: Picture Credit - © Lili Lengkana @moonsilvershine Picture Credit - © Lili Lengkana @moonsilvershine Picture Credit - © Lili Lengkana @moonsilvershine The tea rooms are a nice place to have a tea break in a quiet, subdued atmosphere, with delicious British pastries and cookies (ask the staff for non-alcoholic and non-meat ingredients pastries) that you can enjoy. However, please check for the tea room opening hours, which are usually listed online in the village guide, for they have specific times opening for high tea time. It will be a wonderful experience to have traditional tea in the traditional tea rooms there during tea time, and the fact that most of these establishments are alcohol-free and family friendly, means that they are suitable for us perfectly. Go on a Halal Trip with us...

  • European UNESCO World Heritage Sites You Mustn’t Miss!

    The most beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Europe are more than just top attractions –these amazing landmarks also have significant cultural or historical importance. From natural wonders, national parks to historical landmarks – World Heritage Sites are simply fascinating spots to learn interesting things about a destination and see some unique attractions. So have a look at this World Heritage Sites list that so you can include them in your travel plans for an unforgettable experience.   1. Red Square, Moscow, Russia The Red Square refers to the plaza that separates the Kremlin and the merchant quarter known as Kitay Gorod – the square also connects the main streets of Moscow. This landmark has always been an important part of Russia’s history, a famous site of demonstrations and parades during the 20th century The square’s name is derived from the word ‘krasnyi’ which used to mean ‘beautiful’ but now means red. You can take a stroll through the Red Square to admire the unique architecture and be surrounded fascinating historical buildings. It has also become a popular venue for concerts and other exciting events, as well as New Year Celebrations.   2. West Norwegian Fjords, Norway Travelers can expect breathtakingly beautiful scenery when visiting the West Norwegian fjords which are Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord. The fjords are 140km away from each other and are framed by the impressive mountains on either side, where you can see waterfalls cascading down the rock – a picturesque setting. The West Norwegian fjords fit the classic description of the fjord phenomenon, and the scenery of dark forests, glaciers and snow-capped mountains is something worth seeing. Visitors can take can boat tours or safaris to Geirangerfjord to take in the natural wonders of the waterfalls – which are the Seven Sisters, Bridal Veil and Suitor. Visitors can also sail through Nærøyfjord by charter boats and cruise ships – while admiring the amazing scenery of course.   3. La Grand-Place, Brussels, Belgium Also known as Grote Markt, La Grans Place is where you can marvel at the wonderful architecture from a different era that also reflects the diversity of Brussels. The darker history of the square dates back to the 16th and 17th centuries where executions were carried out during this period. However, today the square is better known for the historical buildings that surround the area and for the bi-annual Flower Carpet. The Brussels Town Hall building is the best-known landmark in the area. Some of the best things to do include taking a guided walking tour to explore the square and appreciate the Gothic architecture – while taking some amazing photographs.    4. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia The Plitvice Lakes are among the best world heritage sites in Europe to visit – where crystal turquoise waters create an almost fantasy-like scenery. The waterfalls that cascade from Mala Kepela and Lička Plješivica connect to form the sixteen lakes in the Plitvice National Park. Wildlife lovers can also try to spot rare bird species or the animals of the region. Visitors can enjoy activities such as cycling and hiking to truly experience the beauty of the magnificent scenery before them. The price range for a visit can fall between100 HRK to 350 HRK. However, the prices are much higher from July to August and are lower from January to March and November to December.   5. Ilulissat Icefjord, Greenland Ilulissat Icefjord is a fjord that is located 250km from the Arctic Circle and is where one of the most active glaciers in the world, Sermeq Kujalleq calves out icebergs every year. The white icebergs stand out beautifully against the ocean and you will get a good view from a plane too. Some of the ways to enjoy the region include taking sailing between the icebergs or going on evening cruises to admire the midnight sun phenomenon. You can even hike along the Blue Route Trail if you prefer something more adventurous.   6. City of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina This historic town is located in the southern region of Bosnia and Herzegovina and is famous for the Old Bridge or Stari Most, built over the Neretva River. The town was originally an Ottoman frontier town in the 15th and 16th centuries and old Turkish houses can still be seen today. The impressive Old Bridge is the major highlight of its unique architecture – the town itself reflects the diverse cultures and religions too. You can take tours and explore this interesting city to learn more about its history and significance. Drop by the Kravice waterfalls and take in the view – it’s also a popular picnic spot. Do visit the Koski Mehmed Pasha Mosque as well that was built back in 1618.   7. Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland The Giant’s Causeway consists of 40,000 hexagonal basalt cylinders that are linked together. It’s also considered as the fourth natural wonder in the United Kingdom. A famous legend suggests that it was created by the giant Fionn mac Cumhaill (Finn MacCool) so that he could crossover to Scotland, But the scientific explanation is that formations are results of a volcanic eruption. Going on hikes or taking a walk is the best way to experience this unique site – you can even take a guided tour. This is also a great spot to check out rare species of birds as well. Tickets can be bought online which can range from £9 to £22. Keep this list of World Heritage Sites in Europe in mind if you are travelling to any of the countries mentioned above – and take the chance to see some truly amazing sights. ...

  • 10D9N Itinerary For An Epic European Adventure

    A tour of Europe would be like a dream come true for many. But with so many attractions in Europe scattered across some of the most iconic cities in the world, it comes to no surprise that almost every traveler would find planning such a journey quite overwhelming. In addition, you would also need to focus on aspects like how to find nearby Halal food and what Muslim-friendly hotels in Europe are available for your stay. Keeping all your needs in mind, we have put together a 10D9N Itinerary which is perfect for your Muslim-friendly travel to Europe. So, get set for the ultimate European holiday experience with this amazing 10-day tour to catch a glimpse of some of the most beautiful cities in the world.   Credit - DAY 1: London, United Kingdom Get set to be greeted by the majestic splendour of Europe as you set foot in the capital city of United Kingdom, London. Before you commence your journey this would be the first point at which you would need to find Halal accommodation in Europe. If you are looking for a super luxury experience, you might want to consider hotels like The Dorchester, Bulgari Hotel or The Landmark which are some of the best Muslim-friendly hotels in Europe. Once you have had time to settle down you can enjoy a lovely tour of the city of London and witness some of the iconic sights of the city including Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London.   DAY 2: Paris, France Now that you have got a flavour of what’s in store for you in this wonderful continent, it’s time to set off to the ‘City of Light” – Paris. There are many ways you can travel to Paris from London and one of the cheapest options available is by train and would cost you about € 40 – 50. Crossing the English Channel would be a truly amazing experience to prepare you for the allure of the most romantic destinations in the world. Make sure you get your cameras ready as a tour of Paris will cover some of the most talked about attractions in Europe like the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe and Louvre museum. For dinner, you could stop by the very beautiful Paris Restaurant located in the Grand Mosque and enjoy a variety of exquisite European cuisines.   DAY 3: Paris - Free day Day 2 was packed with many sightseeing opportunities so on day 3 you can tone things down and enjoy a free day out in the city. This gives you the perfect chance to enjoy some shopping in Europe. Here are some of the top places to shop ’till you drop in Paris.   DAY 4: Bruges, Belgium Many travel to Europe to witness the medieval splendour on display. One of the best stops to enjoy just this is Bruges, Belgium which is also referred to as the "Venice of the North". As you enjoy a city tour of some of the most historic landmarks like the Town Hall Square and Our Lady's Church you could also enjoy a quiet picnic with friends and family overlooking the breath-taking Minnewater Lake.   DAY 5: Brussels, Belgium Belgium is a proud nation with much to offer its visitors, and on the next day of your tour, you can head off to Brussels to explore more historic wonders like the Atomium, Palace of Justice and Grand Place. Lookout for popular eateries like Ce Soir, Touareg, La Khaima and La Medina which are some of the best Halal food places in Europe.   DAY 6: Amsterdam, Netherlands Next, you can cross canals and green pastures to take you to the next point in this epic journey, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Apart from the scenic landscapes, the city is also an art lover’s paradise with many artistic venues such as Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Madame Tussauds Amsterdam. You can also enjoy nearly half a day at the Science Centre NEMO with is amazing waterfront, museum and interactive science exhibits.   DAY 7 – 8: Frankfurt – Stuttgart, Germany During the next two days of your journey, you can spend time exploring the wonders of Germany. Frankfurt and Stuttgart are great cities to concentrate your tour activities during this time. The Frankfurt Marriott Hotel, Novum Hotel Boulevard Stuttgart City, IntercityHotel Stuttgart and Best Western Hotel Stuttgart are some great Muslim-friendly hotels in Europe to consider as accommodation.   DAY 9 - 10: Zürich, Switzerland - Departure from Switzerland As your tour draws to an end, you can travel to Zurich, the global centre for banking and finance. As one of the main cities in Switzerland, you will find an ample number of things to do here like visiting attractions like Lake Zurich, Grossmünster and the Swiss National Museum. You can even enjoy some last-minute shopping in Bahnhofstrasse – known as one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world and even find more affordable options at the Manor or H&M. Since you will be spending much time in the city you might want to buy a ZurichCARD that gives you 72 hours’ access to public transport. You can leave Europe in style from the Zurich airport, the largest airport in Switzerland with many memories of this truly remarkable journey.  ...

  • 10 of Belgium's Fairytale-Like Chateaus and Palaces

    A visit to Belgium is not complete without seeing some of its wondrous castles and palaces - some of the top attractions in Belgium. It is home to numerous chateaus & palaces, each with its unique charm and architecture that is worth seeing. Belgium is known for having more castles per square mile than anywhere else in the world and some noteworthy castles in Belgium are mentioned below.   1) The Royal Palace of Brussels This is one of the most impressive palaces in the country and the official palace of the Belgian rulers. With magnificent corridors and explicit decorative art the palace makes an excellent visit. It is open for public viewing from July to September.   2) Castle of Beloeil The castle has been the palace of residence for the Princes de Ligne since the 14th century. At present it houses a wonderful art collection with paintings from the 15th to the 19th century. It is open for public from April to September.   3) Castle of Attre Built in the 18th century, the Castle of Attre is the only castle in Belgium that preserves the original decoration and furniture from that era. The castle is surrounded by beautiful gardens and rocks. It is open for viewing from April to September on Sundays and on Saturday and Sunday in July and August.   4) Castle of Seneffe This is a castle built in the 18th century and features classic style of architecture. Today this castle is home to the Silversmiths' Museum and the European Silver collection of Claude and Juliette D'Allemagne. It is open all around the year for public.   5) Castle of Chimay Built in the 17th century, this castle is one of the twelve noble houses of Hainaut. The Prince and Princess of Chimay host International Baroque Chant Competition and a Baroque Music Festival every year in this castle. It is open from April to October every day and from November to March on demand.   6) Castle of Jehay Located in the province of Liege, the architecture of this castle is a fine example of Renaissance style of architecture. The castle houses beautiful furniture, tapestries, paintings and china. The castle is open from April to October except on Mondays.   7) Castle de Modave This is a unique castle that combines mediaeval-style and modern architecture. With admirable interiors and richly furnished rooms, the castle is definitely worth seeing. The castle is open from April to October except on Mondays.   8) Feudal Castle of La Roche Located in the province of Luxembourg, this castle has been built overlooking the city. It sits on a Deister rocky spur and has a long history. It is open all around the year.   9) Castle of Bouillon Counted among the most interesting and oldest remains of feudalism in Belgium, this castle-fortress was built on three rocky boulders. Today the castle features an educational falconry exhibition and is open all around the year.   10) Castle of Veves In the province of Namur is this beautiful fairy-tale castle perched on a small hilltop and overlooking the village of Celles. It is open for public viewing from April to November.       ...

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